Well, it looks like the long-awaited Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act — known to some as "Obamacare" — is perhaps the most overhyped phenomenon since the Y2K bug.
If Facebook chatter is any indication, the zeal and cocksureness of opponents who wanted it declared unconstitutional was largely offset by the exaggerated sense of doom expressed by supporters fearing its imminent demise.
Like the Casey Anthony trial and similar courtroom dramas, everyone seemed to have a clear opinion as to how the Supreme Court should rule, and some even thought they knew how it would rule.
I fell into this trap, too. Suffice it to say that, in...